CHIC IN REVIEW

Brace Yourselves, the New York Primaries are Coming

Also, J.W. Anderson is the latest fashion designer moonlighting as the designer of something else entirely.


Anderson, J.W. Knows that the true multi-hyphenate dabbles in the postal service.

Bosch, Hieronymus Medieval Dutch artist who died 500 years ago this year; his painting, “The Garden of Earthly Delights,” will get an interactive, virtual adaptation in honor of the anniversary. There’s even an old British man narrating, in case you want the full BBC experience.

Faces, Places + Hip Hop’s favorite Tumblr. Its co-founders Imran Ciesay and Solomon Boyede have snapped photos of A$AP Mob members Rocky and Ferg and Wiz Khalifa, and now they’ve even put out a zine.

Ono, Yoko If it seems like the artist and one-time Beatles third-wheel has been around since forever, it’s because she has. Here, she talks longevity, spontaneity, and female versus male society.

Opera, Metropolitan James Levine, music director of the New York Metropolitan Opera, will step down at the end of this season due to health issues. He’ll remain music director emeritus, and will conduct occasional performances.

Primary, New York It’s coming. And here’s what New York society thinks of the whole affair.

Photos: Bernie? Hillary? Trump?!? Fashion and Society Grapple with New York Primary

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at the Democratic Presidential Primary debate in Brooklyn on Thursday. Photo by Getty Images.

Susan Sarandon, voting for Bernie Sanders. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

Marc Jacobs, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Christopher Schoonover.

Tim Robbins, voting for Bernie Sanders. Photo by Getty Images.

Andre Balazs, reluctantly voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Getty Images.

Rosario Dawson, voting for Bernie Sanders. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

Diane von Furstenberg, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

Lena Dunham, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images.

Tennessee Thomas, voting for Bernie Sanders. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

Mickey Sumner, can’t legally vote, but if she could, would vote for Bernie Sanders. Photo by Stefanie Keenan.

Tina Brown, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Getty Images.

Gaby Hoffman, voting for Bernie Sanders. Photo by Getty Images.

Chloe Wise, can’t legally vote, but if she could, would vote for Bernie Sanders. Photo by bfanyc.com.

Chirlane McCray, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Getty Images.

Eva Chow, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by BFAnyc.com.

Public School designers Maxwell Osborne (L) and Dao-Yi Chow, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Mireya Acierto/Getty Images.

Tory Burch, voting for Hillary Clinton. Photo by Sherly Rabbani.

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